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Listen to how we speak | Dictionary of American Regional ...

Dare.news.wisc.edu In the course of conducting interviews for DARE from 1965-1970, fieldworkers used reel-to-reel machines to record more than 1,800 people — some spoke about a topic of their choosing and others read the story “Arthur the Rat.” These recordings provide a snapshot of daily life during that time and insight into local history and other topics.

DARE in photos | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu DARE founder Fred Cassidy in 1949 as he was developing the Wisconsin English Language Survey, which was a pilot project for DARE. (Courtesy: UW-Madison Archives)

DARE you to take our quiz | Dictionary of American ...

Dare.news.wisc.edu Volume V quiz: Drag the definitions on the right onto their matching terms on the left. Then click Score me below to see how you did.

Mississippi | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu Be careful if you’re planning to use a kaiser blade to clean up the median.On that note, always stop on the neutral ground and look both ways, too. If you’re hungry, bread-dough biscuits and egg custard are pretty easy to make, though too much of that will turn you into a squab.Pack a lunch and head out in the pirogue for the day – you might see some river shrimp.

DARE Volume IV quiz | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu Volume IV quiz: Drag the definitions on the right onto their matching terms on the left. Then click Score me below to see how you did.

Ohio | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you’re headed to a carry-in, don’t forget to bring dope for the dessert. Kids have energy to burn? Send them out to play a game of go-sheep-go to wear them out, but if they start to fight or someone gets a snuggy, don’t hesitate to say, “ king’s ex!”If you’re not sure your co-worker has a bun in the oven, don’t ask.And if she has one in the oven, keep your advice to yourself.

Missouri | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu A hall tree doesn’t grow in the ground and you can’t exactly patch a leaky roof.Go on a nature walk looking for barn martin, and rock pink in the ripgut.Hey, you might see a jimplecute!If the ground is too wet, stick to the outer road, but don’t go on the slab. If you’re taking an important test, an eversharp is useful to have. Get a good night’s sleep so you aren’t ornery, and ...

New York | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu When you’re on the carpet, you aren’t as picky about your partner.Having a well-developed crazy bone is not something everyone strives for, but they should. It’s hard to get up in the morning and put on a frock, when playing potsy or slapball and eating a shoestring would be a lot more enjoyable. Some people don’t have enough sense to pound sand down a rathole, yes, sirree bob.

Nevada | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu You would expect to see a parada in a cow county, but it might be a lot harder to spot in a pogonip.If you’re in desert country, you might see burrofat, peach thorn, perky Sue or Mormon tea.The cui-ui, which can live up to 50 years, once flourished in Pyramid Lake but now exist in much smaller numbers.You might see some splatter-ass there, too. . Looking fo

Pennsylvania | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu Lighting a barn burner near a doodle is never a good idea, whether or not there’s a mowhole nearby to use as an escape route. You might suspect a elbedritsch of trying such a thing, though. When planning a horning, try to find a way to keep people from playing hasenpfeffer or drinking ratgut.At the very least, get someone to make a kuchen and arrange for a skimmelton.

Connecticut | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu When coming in from the water, pumpkinseeds, alewives and angledogs are the sign of a good day’s catch. Get home from the harbor by driving on the parkway.If you’re on a pigsticker and about to crash, a heap might soften the impact. A setback doesn’t have to be a bad thing – especially if you have some money on it. Take your winnings and treat your friends to a torpedo.

Tennessee | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu It might sound like a compliment if someone calls you a hunk, but find out what they really mean and you might make the mistake of drowning your sorrows in some silver cloud.If you have too much, you might pass out in the hallway.Just remember, it could be much worse.

Massachusetts | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you’re up in Gloucester for the day, maybe you can watch the fare come in and then grab a frappe afterwards. If it’s springtime and you’re down on the Cape, try to spot a pinkwink.But if you’re down there in the fall, pick up a scoop and start harvesting some cranberries. Hopefully there aren’t too many diddledees on the way. Watch your speed on the way home, so you don’t get ...

Texas | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If someone is on the carpet, it means they want to jump the broom.They want all their kinfolk down to take pictures that will end up on the mantelboard.They want a full band, complete with a French harp.You can’t worrit them about that. After that, it’s time to move out of the rent house and into their own house, complete with a majestic gallery shaded by a post oak and enough room for the ...

California | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu You might have grown up playing hide and seek and calling out “ all-ee all-ee oxen free ” with your neighborhood pals. Did you ever attend a candy pulling?Do you know what green corn, cornmeal bread, a snail and a popcorn flower have in common? Not a lot. Avoid the blind pig and miner’s consumption and remember, always try to make the riffle. ...

Alabama | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you’re lucky enough to get the pullet bone after a family meal, you might be able to fashion a flip out of it and know that it did not come from a marionette or a butt-head.But don’t leave the dinner table before Lane cake is served or you’ll miss out. Looking for a mellow bug?Just remember it …

New Jersey | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu Heading out to visit your mom-mom and pop-pop?Be careful not to be laggy on your way through a jug handle.If you get a craving for some ratgut after eating a hoagie, think twice.The result could be Lucy Bowles, which is a lot more painful than doing a belly-whopper.. …

Hawaii | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu When you’re on the water, you might find yourself putting in some hana while fishing for au or kawakawa.Take it back to the shore to kaukau — dress it with bagoong or serve it with crack seed and wai.If you come across a woman with an opu, she might huhu if you ask when she’s expected to hanau.After she does, make sure to raise a glass and say “ Okole maluna!”

Michigan | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu A lawyer doesn’t have to be someone who wears a suit and goes to court. For that matter, a long john isn’t underwear and a sewing needle can fly. If you’re headed to a covered-dish meal, consider making pasties with hamburg for hot dish.Up in Norway pine-country, you may see some people headlighting or trying to shining deer, which doesn’t seem too fair for the deer.

Montana | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you see a jerky headed toward you, it could be a homesteader bringing more people to help with the harvest. He built a house in a coulee, near a river stocked with flat.Last week, he hosted a pitch-in dinner, with guests from all over, including his friend the lamb licker.If he invites you over for the next one, say “ yah!” Communities where DARE conducted interviews:

Minnesota | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you run out of food and you’re up in Norway pine country, odds are you won’t find a dagwood.Grab your fishing rod and hope for a lawyer or a northern.You can always try to shine a deer, too. Once you’re back to civilization, enjoy a nice hot dish and some ostkaka for dessert—but ish, no lutefisk —and be glad you weren’t outside when it started to snirt.

Kentucky | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you start with the rastus and then use the corn drill, eventually the nubbin stretcher will come. Once that happens, it’s only a short wait until you’re using your hoecake turner, then making oodlins of corn pudding for everyone to enjoy. No more Kentucky oysters or Kentucky breakfasts with splo.The kids will be running in from the ridy-bob and the neighbors will be climbing over the ...

Vermont | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu As the leaves start to change, you probably start to notice a few leaf peepers from New York and Massachusetts up in the mountains beginning to pestle around.Maybe they’ll enjoy a sap beer and a slapjack or two, but they won’t stay long. They may come back up for some skiing, but they’ll be gone again by the time the frog run comes around. ...

Utah | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you meet someone at the annual gold-and-green ball, you are probably a saint.When it’s time to harvest the lucerne, it might help to have a Mormon derrick on hand. It’s a bad idea to sluff school and go fishing for mountain herring, because you might run into a cougar.. Communities where DARE conducted interviews: Map; List

Illinois | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you’re from Egypt, you might hop on the hard road or a slab to get to the carry-in.Perhaps you’re bringing some lutefisk to the scramble dinner.While everyone is getting set up, the kids may play a quick game of cork ball.No need to worry, the parky will be there to keep an eye on them.. Communities where DARE conducted interviews:

Delaware | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you’re a mom-mom or a pop-pop, odds are you’ve pushed around a baby coach, unless you lost a sneak on your walk. Hopefully the Dayton wagon didn’t bring garlicky milk, but if it did, you and your stomach probably didn’t hit it for a while. If you’re hungry, crack open a papershell and enjoy!. Communities where DARE conducted interviews: Map; List

Rhode Island | Dictionary of American Regional English

Dare.news.wisc.edu If you’ve baked up a cob pie for dessert, it’s not a bad idea to store it in the closet until you’re ready to serve it up. First, it’s a good idea to figure out what to make for dinner. Take a drive along a driftway and you might spot a pooquaw and get inspired to dig for more to fill out tonight’s menu. What’s a pooquaw?It’s a quahog, of course.

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